Chances are you’ll meet a lot of Olivers and Charlottes in the future, with the two names being the most popular in New South Wales for a fifth time this decade.
More than 600 New South Wales baby boys were named Oliver in 2018, according to the state government, while 530 girls were named Charlotte.
Oliver has been the most popular name in the State every year since 2014, while Charlotte has been at the top five time since 2012.
Liam and Leo are newcomers to the top 10 for boys, pushing out Ethan and James, while Harper jumped from ninth to third for the girls.
The English royal family are still setting trends down under, with William the second most popular boys’ name, as well as Harry at 15 and George at 33.